Infrared Systems

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HEAVY DUTY
ELECTRIC AND GAS
4500C, 5250C & 6500C
WALK-IN OVENS

TYPICAL APPLICATIONS

Auto Body

Drying Photo Films

Glue Drying

Baking Varnishes

Drying Sand Cores

Greenware Drying

Curing Resins

Drying Wood Finishes

Heating Moulds

Curing Rubber

Drying Textiles

Printing & Lithography

Curing Shell Molds

Electrostatic Copying Equipment

Silk Screen

Drying Inks

Food Processing

Space Heaters

Drying Lacquers, Paint

Fruit Drying

Spot Heating

Drying Mirrors

Fusing Plastics

Thermal Diazo Equipment

Drying Plastic Coatings

 

Vulcanizing Rubber

INFRARED ADVANTAGES

  • Infrared offers cycle times 50% to 70% shorter than convection heating.
  • Infrared heating is highly efficient because the process heats only the product, not the surrounding air. Infrared energy is not absorbed by air and does not produce heat until an object absorbs it.
  • Infrared offers higher heating rates, which means faster production using less floor space
  • Electric infrared is an enviornmentally friendly process, with no ozone depleting or green house gases released. Powder coatings and water based paints are ideally suited for infrared, elemeting solvent based processes.
  • Heated times for infrared emittersis minimal, reducing energy costs. The equipment can be turned on minutes before production begins and turned off during breaks and lunch periods.
  • Infrared ovens require less maintenance. They have few, if abny, moving parts
  • On the average, electric infrared ovens are 3 times more efficient in delivering energy to the product than gas convection ovens.
  • With today‚Äôs infrared technology, complex shaped objects can be cured, as well as flat shapes.
  • Infrared can provide very high temperatures at a much lower cost than convection systems. Infrared is used to achieve product temperatures above 12000F.
  • Infrared is the clean, quiet, worker friendly choice.
  • Adding a short infrared oven section in front of a convection oven can offer increased production with a minimal capital investment.

COMPARING DIFFERENT FORMS OF INFRARED HEAT :

Through the years many different forms of infrared heat sources have been developed. Some of the more familiar forms seen today are metal sheathed tubular heaters, quartz tubes, quartz lamps, gas fire catalytic, flat face panels and ceramic heaters

Radiant Efficiency

Radiant Efficiency

56%

61%

86%

80%

88%

96%

Physically Strength

High

Low

Very Low

High

Medium

Medium

Heat-Up Cool Down

Slow

Fast

Very Fast

Very Slow

Slow

Slow

Max. Temp.

14000F

16000F

40000F

8000F

16000F

12920F

Colour Sensitivity

Low

Low

High

Low

Low

Low

SPECIFICATION :

Model No.

Heated Length

Element Length

Oven Length

Watts/Inch of Heated Length

Watt

Tube

16

16"

19"

22"

49

750

10-12

18

18"

21"

24"

56

1000

10-12

24

24"

27"

30"

42

1000

10-12

26

26"

29"

32"

38

1000

10-12

30

30"

33"

36"

34

1000

10-12

38

38"

41"

44"

33

1250

10-12

41

41"

44"

47"

30

1250

10-12

46

46"

49"

52"

27

1250

10-12

47

46"

49"

52"

33

1500

10-13

60

60"

63"

66"

25

1500

10-13

50

50"

53"

56"

30

1500

10-15

61

60"

63"

66"

29

1750

10-15

41

41"

44"

47"

73

3000

10-15

Specification subject to change without prior notice.
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